@internetofvalue
8 months ago

What one online game feature would you like to be implemented in real life?

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I'd for sure go for going back in time. That would help you to avoid a lot of mistake you've done in your life. But, who knows, maybe the best things in your life happen because you make mistakes :).
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Objective Markers.
I have a pretty awful memory, both short and long term. I've walked into many a room and realised that I don't know what I went in there for. On more than one occasion I have opened the fridge to discover I put the cereal box in there the night before... and subsequently realised I won't be having milk in my cup of coffee that day. Plus there's always 'that list' of little of jobs to do. Those tasks that get forgotten down the back of all the big jobs you need to approach first.

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Status Bars.
The condition of the character(s) and objects we control in video games is often presented to us in the form of one or more lines or blocks. The longer or fuller these status bars, the better the condition of whatever we are controlling or protecting. We know a building is about to be destroyed because the long green line has been chipped away to reveal a short, red line.
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Freedom though it should be controlled to avoid abuse
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Dialogues.
Within games, the words that characters use are almost entirely scripted. In an ever-increasing number of games, the player has the option to choose which parts of the script are put forth. The player's approach can range from 'ill-tempered nature of a dragon with toothache' to 'kind-hearted nature of a fwuffy wittly bunny' within the same conversation. You can clearly select the good, bad or neutral responses to any remark or question.
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A leader board for doing things in real life.
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Being able to carry around huge inventories of items and quickly switch between them.
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Cheat codes šŸ˜
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If i have to choose only ONE then surely i would like real life to have Boosters available at certain levels!!!
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SomeĀ adults play video gamesĀ and that is fine. It's not fine if they don't go to work because of them. ... But, sinceĀ gamesĀ are human nature the drop-off of those early kidsĀ playing video gamesĀ was pretty light. This means the average age of gamers has been steadily growing over time.


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